Questions about food plots, habitat, fertilizer and more are among the most-asked by hunters every year, and Steve Scott of the Whitetail Institute of North America addresses some of those concerns on this episode of Deer Talk Now. Topics include … Read More
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As the dust settles from the many months of speculation and political posturing over Wisconsin’s deer czar report, hunters are still left wondering what will become of the final recommendations. Earlier this week, Texas deer biologist James Kroll (known as … Read More
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Michigan wildlife officials will open more deer management units to antlerless deer hunting this fall. The Michigan Natural Resources Commission decided to allow more DMUs in the Upper Peninsula and northern Lower Peninsula to offer antlerless hunting because of increased … Read More
City council members in a West Virginia town are at odds about debating whether to allow bowhunting within the city. Buckhannon council members tabled the issue last autumn. But it’s been brought up for discussion again, with three members voting … Read More
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MISSOULA, Mont.-Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) and Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) have offered a package of sportsmen’s bills in an amendment to the Farm Bill legislation. One piece of the amendment guarantees funding for improving hunter access to existing public lands. … Read More
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I’m continually amazed at the “glass half full” mentality of some deer hunters. Amongst the comments to my Whitetail Wisdom blog post from last week was this gem from a fellow Wisconsin hunter. The guy was apparently upset that … Read More
Could a state really “sell off” its public hunting opportunities? In this day and age, I guess anything is possible, but that is exactly what some folks think might happen in Wisconsin if Gov. Scott Walker has his way. According … Read More
If you want to have some real fun this fall, check out the next big thing. It’s interactive, downloadable and filled with apps. Unfortunately, it’s not available on iPad, Nook or Kindle Fire. It’s the big woods, of course, and … Read More